This Masala Chai Biscuit Cake Is Everything But Ordinary

Tea or chai needs no introduction. This isn’t just a drink but an emotion for millions of people out there. Many of us have a morning ritual of starting the day with a cup of tea. We cannot do without tea due to many reasons. It helps in keeping the mind and the body cool and fuels us with energy to work for the rest of the day. Be it home or workplace, a cup of tea keeps us happy, and why not! 

We Indians have a habit of inventing new dishes with the ingredients we love the most. And I don’t think, Indians love anything more than tea. Chai-biscuit is a staple snack we go for in the morning or evening or literally any time of the day. The feeling of having a biscuit dipped in a hot cup of tea followed by a sip of the tea, is beyond heaven. When we have nothing, we have chai biscuits. Whether it is guests coming or we are traveling, this is the easiest thing we can get literally anywhere. But do you know your desi chai biscuit taste has evolved into something that you might not have imagined? We are talking about masala chai biscuit cake. 

This cake can bring out the taste of your masala chai and biscuit in a single bite. Easiest to make, it is high time that we taste this delight. Chef Sneha Singhi Upadhyay shared the recipe of this amazingly delicious desi cake on her Instagram. The chef captioned “This turned out sooo much better than I expected!!! You’ve got to try it!” We thought it wouldn't be fair if we didn’t share this recipe with you. So, here you go. Don’t wait for any further and bake this delicious cake right away! 


  • 250 gm Parle G biscuits (ground into paste) 
  • 3 tbsp sugar 
  • ½ tsp baking soda 
  • 3 tbsp sugar 
  • ¼ tsp baking powder 
  • 4 cups milk 
  • 3 tbsp tea leaves 
  • 2 cloves 
  • 2 cardamoms 


  • Take a pot and milk, tea leaves, cloves, and cardamoms bring it to a good boil. 
  • Take it off and strain the mixture. 
  • Take another bowl and add the strained tea.
  • Add sugar and mix it well.  
  • Once the sugar melts, add ground parle G mixture, baking soda, and baking powder.
  • Bake at 180 degree C for 30-35 mins or till the toothpick comes out clean. 
  • When done, serve and dig in!